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How to create a mirrored root ?

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Below is the steps I documented to try, please let me know if any change is required,

System specification:
Need to boot system from d10 metadevice
The / (root) is on c0t0d0s0 and d12 volume has created

Need to create a mirrored volume called d10 consisting of current / (root) and d12. Please let me know if the commands are in right sequence. Thanks!
metainit -f d11 1 1 c0t0d0s0
metainit d10 -m d11
metainit d10 1 1 d12
metaroot d10
metaattach d10 d12

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do the following steps

cp -p /etc/system /etc/system.orig."date"
cp -p /etc/vfstab /etc/vfstab.orig."date"
metadb -f -a -c3 c?t?d?s6 (available free slice)
metadb -a -c3 c?t?d?s6 (Slice 6 on rootmirror)
metainit -f d11 1 1 c?t?d?s?
metainit d12 1 1 c?t?d?s?
metainit d0 -m d11
metaroot d0
check vfstab
metattach d0 d12 ( mirroring)


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Thanks :-)
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